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Answer -If you got a summons and complaint from a creditor, you can use this form to respond. This is the form where you give your defenses and counterclaims. Learn more about a legal Answer. Word icon pdf icon RTF icon

Budgeting worksheet - If you want to know where your money goes, plan for the future, or you are having trouble making ends meet, you can use this worksheet. Word icon pdf icon RTF icon

Cease and Desist Letter - If you do not want a debt collector to call you, send them this Cease and Desist letter. See Debt Collectors to learn if you can use this letter. Word icon pdf icon RTF icon

Debt Collection Tracker Worksheet- If creditors or debt collectors are calling you, and harrassing you, use this debt collection tracker sheet to track their calls. Word icon pdf icon RTF icon

Investigate the error in my credit report letter - If a credit reporting agency is reporting something wrong, send this letter to the agency. See What can I do about a problem on my credit report? Word icon pdf icon RTF icon

Sample Judgment Proof Letter Word icon RTF icon

Request for Production of Documents - You can ask that the plaintiff give you documents they have about their case against you. See How do I get discovery? The plaintiff must respond to the request for production of documents within 30 days of when you serve, or mail the request. See What happens if the plaintiff does not give me responses to my discovery requests? Word icon pdf icon RTF icon

Request for Interrogatories - Interrogatories are questions you can ask the plaintiff to get information about their case against you. See How do I get discovery? The plaintiff must give you responses to the request for interrogatories within 45 days of when you mailed the request. See What happens if the plaintiff does not give me responses to my discovery requests? Word icon pdf icon RTF icon

Request for Admissions- Admissions are statements you give to the plaintiff to find out if they are true. See How do I get discovery? The plaintiff must give you responses to your request for admissions within 30 days. See What happens if the plaintiff does not give me responses to my discovery requests? Word icon pdf icon RTF icon

Final Request for Interrogatories - If the plaintiff does not respond to your Interrogatory, send them a final request. If they do not respond within the 40 day deadline you can send the court an application for entry of final judgment or dismissal. See What happens if the plaintiff does not give me responses to my discovery requests? Word icon pdf icon RTF icon

Motion to Compel - If the opposing party does not give you the documents you requested, you can file this motion for order compelling discovery. See What happens if the plaintiff does not give me responses to my discovery requests? Word icon pdf icon RTF icon

Motion to Dismiss - If the plaintiff does not give you the documents you requested, and you already got an order from the judge compelling discovery, you can file this motion to dismiss. See What happens if the plaintiff does not give me responses to my discovery requests? Word icon pdf icon RTF icon

Motion to Remove Default - If the court enters a judgement against you because you did not do something you were supposed to, you can file a motion to remove default to ask the judge to reopen your case. See What is a Default Judgment and what do I do? Word icon pdf icon RTF icon

Application for Judgment and Dismissal re Interrogatories - If the other side does not give you answers to your interrogatory questions, and you have sent a final request for interrogatories, you can send this application for entry of dismissal. See What happens if the plaintiff does not give me responses to my discovery requests? Word icon pdf icon RTF icon

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